Hebburn Town are on a good run of form, but FA Cup qualification is the aim.

Hebburn Town will look to make it three wins in a row on Saturday when they host bottom of the table Ryton & Crawcook Albion.

The home side, who currently sit tenth in the Northern League Division Two, overcame Crook Town 2-1 at home before a late Adam Rundle goal was enough to beat fourth place Heaton Stannington 1-0 away.

RCA are without a win in their last six matches and are three points adrift at the bottom of the table, with a game in hand over second bottom Esh Winning.

Town manager Scott Oliver said: “Our last two wins are down to defending from the front which has spread to the whole team.

“Ryton are fighting to stay in the Northern League so as usual we will have to play well to win. Last Saturday’s performance at Heaton was very good and it was a big bonus to get the winner late on.”

Hebburn will be without Glen Hargrave, Jason Blackburn, Steve Hubery and Iain Bickerstaff for Saturday’s game and recently announced that midfielder Alan Pegram will be retiring at the end of the season.

Oliver said: “Pegs has been fantastic for us in the three years he has been here his range of passing and work rate is first class.”

Victory in their last two games could see The Hornets finish as high as sixth if results go their way.

“I want us to win our final two league games and that might be enough to claim an FA Cup place.”

Kick-off is 15:00 at the Hebburn Sports & Social Ground.